Monday, December 5, 2011

Publication of Professor M.S.Rao’s Book - Spirit of Indian Youth Soft Skills for Young Managers

Dear friends,

I would like to share the successful publication of my authored book titled – “Spirit of Indian Youth Soft Skills for Young Managers”. World’s 50th Management Guru, Subir Chowdhury wrote foreword for this book. And world’s third management guru Vijay Govindarajan endorsed this book. Here are the details of the book:

Publisher: Dreamtech Press

ISBN 978-81-7722-377-4

Page 264

Price: INR 375

Format: Paperback

Link to purchase:

About the Book:

The book deals with soft skills, entrepreneurial skills, communication skills, leadership skills and decision making skills that help Indian youth become good managers and leaders.

It presents the importance of communication skills for Indian youth and comes out with tools to improve the same for grabbing employment opportunities. It prepares students to respond to a commonly asked interview question, Tell Me Something about Yourself. It reveals about the importance of inner dialogue that improves their communication skills and takes them towards success. It unveils five fold strategy to speak English and improve communication skills.

Outlining about soft skills the book busts the myths about soft skills. It encourages Indian youth to undertake entrepreneurial journey. It presents entrepreneurial jargon and provides a blueprint to proceed for setting up their business empires.

It distinguishes between entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship and entrepreneurs and managers. It underscores entrepreneurial leadership where it blends both entrepreneurship and leadership effectively. It reveals the secrets and sutras for becoming successful entrepreneurs.

Managing time is a big challenge for many. The book outlines tools and techniques to manage time effectively. It advises to manage and invest in time wisely. It reminds readers that if one second is wasted; one second of their precious life is wasted. It enlightens that failure is only a comma, not a full stop.

In the concluding chapter, the book focuses on the changing Indian mindset and need for community leadership where the rich must do their best for the rest in bridging the gap between the rich and poor. It calls upon Indian youth not to become passengers, but to become drivers of destiny for scripting their success stories to make a difference in their lives as well as in the lives of others.

I would appreciate if you could read the book and provide your valuable feedback.

Professor M.S.Rao

Founder, MSR Leadership Consultants, India


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